My Journey with Dr. King and the Spirit of Ahimsa

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, had he lived, would have turned 91 this year. He did not call himself a yogi but he lived his life and led the civil rights movement with a deep dedication to the spirit of ahimsa, or nonviolence. Martin Luther King, Jr. was the son of...

Integral Yoga Institute of New York: “Go Deeper” Launch

This past year of 2019 has seen a number of significant changes in the New York Yoga community. Interest in the physical aspects of Yoga has continued to increase, with opportunities to practice some form of Hatha Yoga in ever proliferating venues. As the popularity...

BOOK: The First Free Women: Poems of the Early Buddhist Nuns

The First Free Women is a collection of poems written by the first female Buddhists. These poems, collectively called the Therigatha, or Verses of the Elder Nuns, were composed around the Buddha’s lifetime, and their themes of freedom and love have endured until...

BOOK: Accessible Yoga

Rev. Jivana Heyman (Integral Yoga minister/founder of Accessible Yoga), has a new book making a big splash—as has the impact and popularity of the Accessible Yoga movement! This visionary book revolutionizes how the world views Yoga practice and makes it truly...

Baba Ram Dass: He Awakened a Generation

Integral Yoga Magazine pays tribute to one of the great spiritual luminaries of our time: Baba Ram Dass. Ram Dass left the body on Dec. 22, 2019 (which is also the day of our founder Swami Satchidananda’s 105th birth anniversary). Swami Satchidananda and Ram...